A six-tonne tractor was the training apparatus of choice for strongwoman Kim Best.
The record-breaking Scot has her sights set on becoming Scotland’s Strongest Woman for 2020 and has stepped-up her training for the event in Motherwell on May 3rd.
The 26-year-old works as a lab scientist in the veterinary and analytical laboratory for Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) in Midlothian. It was at the SRUC’s research farm where she borrowed her employers six-tonne tractor in preparation for the event.
Originally from Tain in the Scottish Highlands, Best recently broke the world record in the yoke walk competition, completing a 10-metre course with 350kg on her back in just 24.42 seconds.
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